Population: 108,418

Living in Centennial, Colorado:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Centennial, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Centennial what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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4 comments on “Centennial”

Centennial, CO is an idyllic, suburban paradise. All of the amenities of modern American life are within a 15 minute drive, and short commutes to both the hustle and bustle of downtown Denver and the beautiful Rocky Mountains. If moving here with a young family you will be thoroughly impressed by the clean, well kept parks and recreation centers, and the excellent schools. However, Centennial may not be the best place for a younger crowd, as the nightlife is nonexistent, and the mainly white neighborhoods show a great lack of diversity.

Melanie, says: 2020

Centennial, Colorado, is a small suburb of Denver. Someone moving to this city should know the climate is very mild in summer. I bask under open windows at night, enjoying the cool, mountain breeze!

The grocery store is within walking distance; so is the light rail, bar, gas station, and many other buildings. The neighborhood is quiet and clean as most people who live here are families who enjoy keeping their neighborhood clean. It is a safe place. There is also a park nearby with a skate park and ducks milling about. It’s a good peaceful place.

Michelle, says: 2020

Centennial is the third largest city in Colorado. Prices of homes vary from a few 100,000s to 1,000,000s of dollars. There are a lot of walking, running and biking paths that connect to parks and other communities. Schools are affiliated with the Cherry Creek School District, the top-performing district in the state.

Daniel, says: 2020

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